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Campaign 2010 / Tea Party #981980

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 07, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Findings of a new CBS News poll on the Congressional vote and President Obama cited.

(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) Reaction to the Tea Party featured; poll findings comparing the views of supporters vs. all Americans cited. [Voter Mark EVANS‡- says the Tea Party is representing the anger.] [Tea Party advocate Steve STEBLICK‡- criticizes the administration.] [Chicago resident Tom SARIKAS†- says they represent a small sliver of Americans who are upset about paying taxes.] [Los Angeles resident Elizabeth OLIN†- says the Tea Party has no political place.]

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